I wrote about Saturn’s transition from Sagittarius to Capricorn, back in April. It was about visualizing your future in preparation to commit to a goal. I have some more remarks to make at this time.
I just finished writing four newsletters to be sent over the next week or so. They jibed with something I’ve been thinking about for weeks. That is this fact: some people just can’t seem to graduate.
I’m talking about people who do the same thing, over and over…tell the same story, over and over. It could be anything but often enough, it’s a woman telling her relationship tale of woe, which sounds exactly like her relationship tale of woe from ten years ago.
Yes! I wrote that and I mean that. The story has not changed in ten freakin’ years! Are you kidding me?
What’s even crazier is the person will claim to have grown in leaps and bounds, according to their narrative.
I want to say, “Duuuuuude! You’ve moved in a circle! Not only that, the circle you move in is tiny. Like a dog, chasing it’s tail!”
In a little more than two weeks, Saturn will leave Sagittarius (higher education) for Capricorn. For Godsakes, graduate! Don’t be someone who has learned absolutely nothing. This is the time to r-e-a-c-h.
Ask yourself, are you doing your best?
Or could you be doing one hell of a lot more, if not for your inflated ego, your excuses and your choice to blame others?
I’m sorry if that seems harsh, but with Saturn in Capricorn, you will be judged. You’re expected to be responsible and if you’re doing the wrong thing for the wrong reason, people will notice. Truth is, they already do.
You’ve got two weeks to get on the right path. If you’re not there already, then scramble. If you are there, think ahead to Saturn’s conjunction to Pluto. This is a deep commitment you’re making. Till death do we part.